Knowledgebase

Find answer in our article collection



Portal Home > Knowledgebase > Free BSD Questions > How do I updating the FreeBSD source


How do I updating the FreeBSD source




# cvsup -L2 -g -h cvsup.freebsd.org /usr/share/examples/cvsup/stable-supfile

The standard-supfile can also be used. To obtain a certain version of FreeBSD the supfile should be editted and the tag=RELENG_5 to the desired version of FreeBSD. For example if the latest version of 5.4 is needed it can be set by

#tag=RELENG_5_4


Was this answer helpful?

Add to Favourites Add to Favourites    Print this Article Print this Article

Also Read
Can i use my server for selling webhosting ? (Views: 2196)
Can I get any extra IP's ? (Views: 2174)
What is the minimum requirements for DA ? (Views: 2136)
Is your VPS's managed or Unmanaged ? (Views: 2940)
Can you manage my server ? (Views: 2390)

QuatroVPS working with this vendors

Socialize

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
  • Google+
  • Youtube

Virtual servers for everyone